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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta IOXDAY, FiCBHt AltV J THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHAWJ PAGE NOW IS THETIMETO GET RID OFYOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACfflNERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT E Nibble For Bonds Hillspring Smallpox Epi- demic Warning ____ (From Our Own Correspondent) GLJ5NTVOODVILLE, Feb. the special misBiomu'Ies who ivcro vlth us last week ;i routing social ivas given last Friday evening untl on Sat- urday evening tho play, "The Arizona Cowboy" was repented. With the I'.nsfiioimries there came a heavy fall Ui snow an-ii when left, it left, leaving us with ftlad heartt aztd cheer- ful countenances. our municipal election held.last Monday, O. L. Stringham, Edvard and Frank Gifab were returned ftml D. H. Grow was elected hospital member. All the bonds of the United Irriga- tion District arc not yet on the mar- ket. A bid on them has bucu received from a firm in tha United States. While tho offer is not looked on with very great favor by some who are deeply interested, it shows that the project ia receiving favorable atten- tion by moneyed men. The diroctore ure working out tho dstalls of the much red-taped organization as rap- idly as possible and it seems quite probable that actual will begin in the spring. Word from Hill Spring indicates that tho small pnr, nf which they hare bad a real epidemic, i'j gradually be- coming less and it appears that th.9 disease will soon bo under control. Mrs. Sadie Webster, whq is very eick from a complication of ailments, li reported as improving slowly. Mrs. W. G. Richards is now doing; nicely after her very severe illness. The government telephone con- struction have left 113 and the telephone system ia now complete with the exception of the initullation of B. iwsw switchboard, which we .hope will be here in a day or two. Although it is late In the season for such operations, putting up is. the order the day. ETZIKOM FARMERS EXPECT EARLY SPRING Whitney; music by On! Orewu, Al- Ino Quilly; ipetklnj by Andrew Turx; redUtion by M. Hnsnson; recitation by Mmlue Wlm; reeiutlon by Ness; recitation by Clil- bovi; .Van: recitv.lon by Gladys Smith; redtHtion br Phil Hnllt; citntlon, Butterfield, Warner; [rent Winr, Mtxlua mil Amanda Qnally; recitation, LHlitt Smith; recitation, Siln Shiwti; din- logut, by Oou'.d. Laura Smith, awl Nellie and Bmmi Smith; pity, ''The Ghost of Crooked b7 barid amith, Belle Smith, Laura Smith mid Bmma Smith. The dunce Initeu until tie early hours of (ho morniof. Everyone ia wiahiuc for a warmer uifht on March 4th. which Literary night at Holmberi'i. tvajr two kundred food ilud cikei. need to hare the Ixjcal 1'. A. IB this dlitrlct We In alt the what the other locals art dolDf, but Ht. Hilda or the Creek Hems to be dead. BURDETT NEWS Our Owm UUUDETT, Feb. aad Mri. Geo. LoirrtiB ware viiitora to Medicine Hat t'.vico dcriue tho week for modi- cal treatment. Lawrence of Graisy vai down at Burdett on Monday last with Ills lantern slides. There was a large crowd, which most hare encouraged him somewhat, because ho is coining affaln on Tuesday, Mar. 1st. A whist drire ana program was held In the Majestic Theatre Tuesday evening. A. large crowd was present and eTery one reported hurtnf good time. Mrs. McCaulT fropi Calgary, lias taken a position at the Mercantile here as bookkeeper. There was quite a largo attendance at the shov and dfinco here on Thurs- day eight, but thero would hare been more if the roads had been better for travel. The spring chiuook had brought a lot of'mud, so the village council are working on the streets. Tho L. D. S. church held a debate on Friday evening. Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Barton, Mr. Birch and Miss Rus- sell from Taber were down to take part in it. ST. KILDA U. F. A. LOCAL NEEDS AWAKENING fFrom Our OWR ETZIKOM, Feb. was held hero Tuesday evening between Mr. Kan'xau of Nenilscam and Mr. Habbit, bailiff, representing the Campbell Clarko Co. Ths case was dismissed and is being taken to a higher court. 1 Mr. Drjtidale, from Foremost, was in town Tuesday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Salmon at borne, Feb. S3, a daughter. Quite a number of tha people in eur vicinity have been and aro on the sick list. Dr. Nicklo has been quite busy lately. W0 think TTQ are very fortunate in haying a, good doctor in town. A Chinook struck here this week and has taken nearly all the snow. Farmers are looldnfi for an early GROTON NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) GROTOtt, Feb. weather the last week has been rather .cold. a Chinook started and water is standing over the prairies. Mr. Mike Miskulin and Matt Be tango of. Lethbridge. made a trip to Groton last week after Mr. Miskulin's liorses which he Bold, and is driving to Lethbridge. Tie Literary and dancs id Coulee View on Feb. 18, was successful, al- though on account of severe cold cot sucu a large crowd turn- ed out as before, but just a nice crowd for a good dance. There -were several from Birdsiiolms Avalon in spite of the cold. The program con- sisted of. the following: Song by Hoy (From Our Own Correspondent} ST. KILDA, Feb. past" week or ten days have shown the peo- ple in this district some "pretty cohl weather and the stock ate beginning to show It. although they are in good condition for this time of the year. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Murphy of Aden. Alta., are rejoicing over the arrival of an eight-pound girl. Mr. A. M. Gilmojir has moved to Sweet Grass, Mont., where he Intends working at the garage business for a while. Mr. and Mrs. R. were visit- ors at A. A. Murphy's for the past week. anil Mrs. A. McUchlta have returned from Lethbridge after a ten days' visit there. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson were vis- itors at the home of Bert Coglans one day last week. Etcattie, Rbscoe and Nelson have just finished putting up ice. They put PILES Are Generally Cauied By CONSTIPATION if morfl common than hemorrhoids, or as they are commonly called, And any which cause trouble, annoyance and misery- Ninety per arc troubled with them at tlma or other, paring to allowing the bowels to become in a constipated Condition. Files classed under three head- tugs i.e. Itching, bleedlnc and protud- iaj, and the'-excrnctatlng pains which, accompApy them caueo miiery which Is 'JeBcription. and suppositories may help and relieve for a while, but to get rid of them, it is necessary to hart a free, and natural motion of tho bowels, at least once or twice a day, and by doing this the causo will quickly removed. Milburn's Laia-Llver Pills regulate the flow of bile to act "properly on the Mter and bowels, thus removing the constipation and all its allied troubles. They contain no calomel or drastic mineral ingredients, being purely veg- etable. They are small and easy to take, and do not gripe, weaken or sicken. Milburn's Lasa-Liver Pills are 25c. a vial at all druggists or dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, CONSIDER THE "WANT" AD. Jirp "-T, PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS f It is a willing worker for a small wage. It kicketh not long hours, but worketh willingly and well both by day and by U It achieveth great results with the smallest outlay of wealth on record. f It is mightier than the fighting man, for it striketh thine eye with force and thou hast no comeback. It can only be conquered by propitiating its master with a reply to its message. In some respects it resembleth the postage stamp in that it sticketh to its job until it get- teth.home. 1f But it is infinitely superior to the postage stamp and the letter that it eovereth in- that it conveyeth thy message at about one-thous- andth part of the cost. If Therefore, be wise and let not opportunity slip by thee. In plain English, USE HERALD WANT ADS. THEY GET RESULTS. LA.DIKS We make etc., iruni yuur rumbles. Hwitchca 51.00 au Halway Hair Fii-lory. Cardslun, Alia. SPiflELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. Uth St. OSTOPATHIO FREE PBHSONAL INTERVIEWS or ijartluulars by mall, regardiris Viavi KemraliCH. LctlibriOga Vlari Co. Jlrs. K. F. Hl'-lick. I'hono 188S. 527 Stll it. B. '_____DANCE MUSIC __ I.TIIB' ciiEEiuo VE'I'ERAXS OR- chestra can tho music for 1 any o' ilancp. Phone 1344. i MATERNITY KURS1KR Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. iMrs. Selby 529 12th St. 26 ORANGEMEN SPEAK EDMONTON' Feb. Or- augemen have gone on record as op- posed to any employee of either the provincial government or tlie city be- ing retained in the public service who by his utterances has shown a doubt- ful loyalty to the British Ktnpire. THE FLAME THAT GETS RESULTS is tlie oiy-acteylene wielded by us in a way that produces the finest an.tl. strongest welding. We can weld any- thing and everything IE hard temper- ed steel or other metal. No HBO cast- ing metals into the junk pile when welding will save it. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbridge Hotel. 1L AFIER Health Shattered By Trench Life, Vancouver Man Tells How Tanlac Haa Put Him Back On His Feet. ach.. After I had been at tho front for'about two years I had such a bad AFTER THE TUT Four Children Had 'attack ot indigestion that I was sent WHOOPING COUGH "If it hadn't been for Tanlac I be- lieve I sbonld be in the hospital to- day, but two of that medicine have not only relieved me of my trou- ble but made me feel like a new said William Sjnith, of Triumph St., Vancouver, B.C. "Four years of life in the trenches _ anybody's stem- never have a sleep "like i. a Bgt ln mornjnss "But since I was discharged from the army my stomach haa been get-; ting worse all the time until at last I wasn't able to eat a thing that didn't'_ cause me suffering afterwards and! would bloat up with gaa until my i heart palpitated something awful. I: had severe pains across the small ofj my back whenever I tried to stoop over, I was badly constipated and had headaches till-my nerves were all upset and I couldn't sleep. j "Before I had finished my first! bottle of Tanlac I could eat like a' bear and was relieved of indigestion. I am uo longer constipated, the pains in my back have -disappeared, and I AUCTION SALE TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 1ST ON THE PREMISES, 1504 6TH AVE. SOUTH COMMENCING AT Z O'CLOCK. FRANK WADDINGTON IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL WITHOUT RESERVE A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE including: HANDSOME DINING SUITE in Viimed oak, comprising Buffet, Round Extension Table and set of leather-seated Diners; SOod quality Carpet Square, 9' x 10' Linoleum Hug, x 13'; very handsome CHESTERFIELD LOUNGE in ALL OVER TAPKS TRY with PAIR of CHAIRS to match; very attractive WALNUT BEDROOM SC1TB, comprising Bed with Springs and ''Never- spread" Mattrpsa; Dressing Tablo with wing mirrors, nnd bench; Chlfferobe; handsome Dresser and Cliair; V li" SIMMONS BED in ivory enamel with coil springs and felt mattress; G" x V Bed complete; Pall Leaf Kitchen Table; 4 Kitchen Chairs; FUMED OAK TALKING MACHINE and Records; Gas Range, and Oil, Heater; Kitchen Utensile, Linen, Rugs, etc. ALL THIS FURNITURE IS IN SPLENDID CONDITION AND NEARLY NEW. TERMS CASH. PHONES 770, 469. HAVB YOU CORRECT GLASSES Truly the world will look, brighter if you are properly fitted with tho right kind of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothing more lamentable than ii man, in need of glasses, and who dojsu't realize bis sad plight. Come to us, have your eyes examin- ed free of charge. If you do not need glasses wo will frankly tell you so, J. SI. HENDERSON. Caro Wright's Jewelry Store. MS. J. E. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 315-18-20 Sherlock Bids. Hours tfid appointment Phone 1959 __ PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN K.tARLEM Privste Hos- pital, 12S1 vth Ave. S.. Letbbrldge; Phone 746. Accommodation for uni-- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and rooms. Rates 180.00, and JJ6 week. for information to Mrs.' M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MISS .4JLEBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the SMraluations of the Academy and Royal Collej-e of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, lait year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for tlie Toronto Conserratory of Mmic exame if dsilred. Aiinntl spring recital. Studio. 1238 5th Ave. A South. THE Specialist In French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use thu genuine French system, -which coi- cra every spot and eliminates poi- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work! 3S4 6th Street South. Phone 1J12. Collect and deliver. F. H. W1LIONS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 a'th St. 3. Oppoaito the Empress Phono 1S5U Residence Phone ISS7 GUNSMITHS t- barrels stiaightened, guns restoet- ed, gun work done by a fontmltn; teys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, anj light machinery repaired; lawn moweri sharpened. D. B. MacdonaH, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phons 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. ._________DECORATING__________ WELIJNGTON Decora, tors. Paparnansers and Kalsomlnintr, General Decorating and Sign Writlne-. Estimates glveo. Tlie oldest established In Jtos. phone 1472; ofllca Isbone 1753. Sherlock Bide. Let'i- Alberta. A. Decoratms and Panerhangins-. Phoau 680. 611 8th Avenue South. ur-0 B. L. Copelanfl Pnone IS03. E. R. Kent Phone PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARR1S Suite 4, Actdla Phone 1S1I. I THF PYRAMID DECORATING CO. I Interior Decorating and Paperaanglus a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim 518 St. South. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME! TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER j Office: Conybeare Block. -Pliones 7J1 and 1065. 31-SJ JCSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Establishes 1309 Thirty-five years' experience In Eiterlop and Interior Decoratinj 967 llth Street South j Estimates fres. lies, plion; rtfu i ARMY AND NAVY I BOILER REPAIRING. WI'JLUIXU KUTH. PHONE; 1st Avc. and JOth SL. S. i feeling just fine. I feel so strong and well now that I am anxious to to the hospital. A3 goon as I waa Eet out on my farm again, for'I guess able to get around I had to BO back I can work as well .10 I ever could.'. Whooping Coiight, although special- ly a disease of childhood, is by no means confined to that period, but may pccur at any time in life. It is' one oC the most dangerous diseases t of Infancy, nnd yearly causes more j deaths than scarlet fever, typhoid on dlptberla, and is more common lu female, than male children. I Whooping Cough starts with sneer-f Ing, watering of the eyes, Irritation of the throat, feverlshness and cough. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup ia highly recommended by mothers everywhere for the relief of this trouble as it to clear tho clog- ged-up air passages of the mucous 1 and phlegm that has collected, and! this -way brings on the "whoop" j wliich brings the so-much-sought-for relief heals and soothes the lungs. Mrs. J. M. Koine, Imperial. Sask., the last fall, my four children took whooping cough: and one or I hem developer! brlncliltla.j After using two or three bottles ol! Wood's Norway Pliie Syrup they I worn greatly relieved of their nasty coughs. It is an especially good rem- edy for children, and it li so' nice they take it readily, and ask lor jnore." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Synip is' IBc. and 60c. a bottle at all dealers. Put up only by tl-.0 T. Milburn Co. Limited, Toronto, Advertise- j to the front line and, in spite of being slightly gassed on one occasion, I managed to stick around to the oad. Tanlac is sold in Kethbridge by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, DiU'S- CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BONDS TO YIELD 7' WE OFFER CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. BONDS AS FOLLOWS: due lit July, 1939, at 74.29 yielding 7% due June, 1931, at 81.63 yielding 7% due 1st June, 73.00 yielding 7% Interest payable half-yearly. Principal and Interest payable at Lethhrtdge, Toronto and Montreal. Ordora may ba telegraphed at our eipense. Bell. Gouinlock Co. BONDS FOR INVESTMENT. BANK OF HAMILTON BLOC. TORONTO. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements Furniture There will be offered for sale by Public Auction at Chin, 9 miles east of Coalthie ON TUESDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1921, AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING: 1 matched team of black 7 yuars "id. weight. Iliuu 1 matched team of bay Keldin.-B, years old. .weight 3-100 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, S years old. J500 lln.; I black 5 yearn old, weight 1300 ibs.: 1 grey marc, 7 years old, JSMO: 1. iron mare, 7 years old, weight t-ion 1 Mack s years old. -w-eigiil. 3300 Ibs.; 1 Mack gelding, 8 years old. n-eight 1300 Ibs.; 1 Brey man.1, K j-oars old, weight 1250; 1 hay eeliling, S years old. weight 1500; 1 black eeltlinir. o years old. wiij-ht 1300 Ihft.: 1 riiestnut .-reMins, years old, weight IfOO iiis.; 1 black geldiiiK, 7 j-uars OKI, weight. 1-iOu iba.; 2 horn.' colts, 1. year old; 1 mare colt, 1 old. IMPLEMENTS 6 now Harrow Carts; J Hinders, nearly nun; 1! Double Disc Deering Drills, new; 2 llain S'-j-inch tires. n-Miv- ly now; 2 Tanks, 150 bushels, ncjiriy 1 wet of Lever Iron Hitf- rows, four-section, nearly 1 Heaper; 1 P. o. Sulky )Jhx.v; 1 lioavy Lumber I California Wagon, vide tread; 1 Fanning-.Mill; sctb o[ Double! heavy: fl Hofso Collars, Sweat Paiiu: -J Bedsteads complete; I I'nolf Stove; J. Heater Stuvd; J. Kitchen Table. Numerous other articled. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. JMITH, Auctioneer Owners; M. McLEAN, 0. BOYD, J. HAIBCCK. Clerk; W. McGL'IRE. Veteriins in Canada, Lethbrlilge "Can No. 34. Veterans desirous of joining tho above association, can obtain in- formation an'd application fin-mi from the secretary, L. Leigh. I', o. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1333 409 Gth St. S. Lethbridge Farm ijlsutiug a Specialty extractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECOREC BY ANDY The Radiator Man. 4th Avt. Behind Silver Grill. PIANO TUNING II. nirrS-KXPEKT Vlnycr-PiaiHi and Organ Hepalrer; yuara' factory experience. I-Ton- otira Ocrttncate T. Afisri., London! to nu'inians o( the city. Phoiu 1U3. 627 10th Street South. FARMERS! Wile it in need of ;.ry THr.C i OH Repairs it will he to your Inlsr-' ,BSL to try US. We have an up-to-date Shop and employ only flrst-clats Machinists. Satkfa'jt'en in pries and workmanship. i Tractor Cylinders reground, and: I fitted with pistons and j 1 rings, NIVEN BROS. S16 1st S. Phone 1732. W A Ml L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON J. M. COOMBS Betinrt Newt COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINT! NO, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;